This section provides news and information issued by us and organisations we work with, over the last three months.
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|8/2/2016||Did you know you can recycle from every room in the house?
Everyone in Surrey can recycle tins, cans, paper, card, plastic bottles, pots, tubs, trays, glass bottles and jars. So that means the items you can recycle include:
|5/2/2016||Policing Matters campaign
Surrey Police has launched a countywide advertising campaign asking the public to think twice before they call and consider ‘Is it a Policing Matter?’
|5/2/2016||Local plan get the facts
There are just three weeks left to make your views known about the draft local plan.
|4/2/2016||Parents urged to be vigilant after boy falls victim to online crime
Surrey Police is urging parents to be vigilant and protect their children from falling victim to online crime, as officers investigate a report a teenage boy was blackmailed by someone he was befriended by on the internet.
|29/1/2016||Register to vote today or miss out on having your say
Tandridge District Council wants to encourage anyone not yet registered to vote, to take advantage of National Voter Registration Drive next week and go online at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote to register.
|29/1/2016||Tandridge draft Local Plan consultation four weeks left to take part
The initial consultation on the draft Local Plan for Tandridge closes on 26 February 2016. Anyone with an interest in the area has four weeks left to give their views to the District Council on various possible approaches to how the area is improved, developed and protected.
|27/1/2016||Local Transport Review
Some changes are being proposed to a number of local bus services within Surrey and this is a chance for residents and bus users to provide their feedback on these proposals.
A public consultation launched on Wednesday 20 January 2016, giving residents and stakeholders until Monday 14 March 2016 to have their say. For more information on the local transport review and to access the online questionnaire, please visit www.surreycc.gov.uk/transportreview .
|25/1/2016||Surrey Hubs Equipment Roadshow
The volunteers and staff of Hub Tandridge are holding Independent Living Equipment Roadshows on:
|22/1/2016||Students get involved in council business
On Friday 29 January, students from Oxted, de Stafford and Warlingham schools will spend time with officers and councillors from Tandridge District Council to find out more about what the Council does and to get involved. The activities are being organised as part of the Children’s Commissioner’s Takeover Challenge.
|22/1/2016||Policy committees consider budgets
The Community Services, Housing, Planning Policy and Resources Committees met this week to consider their draft budgets for the next financial year 2016-2017.
|21/1/2016||Tandridge Business Breakfast
Tandridge District Council is inviting all businesses to a Business Breakfast from 8:30am-10am on Thursday 28 January at the Council Offices in Oxted.
|21/1/2016||Time to volunteer
Have you always wanted to volunteer, but think you might not have enough time? Whether it’s an hour a week chatting to an older person who lives alone, or a weekend once every few months helping out with conservation work, whatever time you have to give could make a world of difference to someone else.
|20/1/2016||Peer SMART group facilitators needed
Catalyst is looking for some very specific facilitators to support its 14 SMART groups which run across Surrey each week.
|19/1/2016||Fined for flytipping
On 13 January at Redhill Magistrates’ Court, Tammy Lewis of Jeddere Cottages, West Street, Dormansland RH7 6QW, was found guilty of flytipping. She was fined £100 and ordered to pay the Council £200 compensation and costs of £500, as well as £20 to the victim support fund.
|19/1/2016||Grants of £10,000 for Surreys community buildings
Grants of up to £10,000 to help community groups reduce their fuel bills are available, thanks to Action Surrey, Thameswey Ltd and the Department of Energy and Climate Change.
|14/1/2016||Claim your State Pension online
Approaching State Pension age ? Stay in control by claiming your State Pension Online via GOV.UK .